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English definition of “stick (sth) out”

stick (sth) out

verb uk phrasal verb with stick   /stɪk/ (stuck, stuck) us  
to come forward from the rest of your body, or to make part of your body do this: Mum, Lewis stuck out his tongue at me! He stuck his arm out of the window and waved at us. I wish my stomach didn't stick out so much.
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